STONE TAPE THEORY

Sarah-Jane Norman’s Stone Tape Theory has been commissioned by Performance & Art Development Agency for their first public program, Near and Far, a series of artworks and talks exploring ideas of distance, presence and communication. It is an exciting addition to the TARNANTHI program.

Sarah-Jane Norman is an Australian artist and writer of British and Indigenous Australian heritage with ties to both Wannarua and Wiradjuri Nations who is currently working between Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom

Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday 5 – 11pm
Sunday 1 – 11pm

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Image: Sarah-Jane Norman, Wiradjuri/Wannarua people, New South Wales, "Bone library", 2011–present, performance. Courtesy the artist, photo: Heidrun Lohr. "Stone Tape Theory" has been commissioned as part of "Near and Far", the inaugural project of new contemporary arts organisation Performance & Art Development Agency. This project is supported by Arts SA and Adelaide City Council.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTSarah-Jane Norman
PARTICIPATING ARTIST
LOCATIONQueen’s Theatre
ACCESSVenue has disability access
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